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Skoolx - Gordon Gekko (Original Mix) 05:46 02. Anton Stellz - Hill (M Clis Remix) 05:57 03. Minimize - Palavra (Mass Digital Remix) 05:38 04. Jebase - Addicted (Original Mix) 04:01 05. Monplaisir-Lumiere - Make It Move (Original Mix) 05:18 06. Intelligent Technology - Reluctance (Original Mix) 05:09 07. Cristopher Costta - Underground (Original Mix) 05:20 08. Magnetic Brothers - Grey Demon (Original Mix) 07:37 09. Padai - Atlantis (Original Mix) 05:22 10. Monodeluxe - Everybody Jump (Original Mix) 04:32 11. Nick Wolanski - Insignificant (Original Mix) 05:20 12.

Tracklist

BKS I'm In Love With You 1:36
The Original I Love U Baby 2:09
20 Fingers Feat. Roula Lick It 1:46
The Outhere Brothers Boom Boom Boom 1:14
1-800 Dis N Dat* Punnany 1:33
Cabballero Nanaya 2:40
Technocat Feat. Tom Wilson Cat '95 1:20
Corona I Don't Wanna Be A Star 2:06
Partyzone Partytime 1:54
BKS Take Control 2:02
Love Decade So Real 2:14
Po.Lo.* I Want You 1:17
Samira When I Look Into Your Eyes 2:30
Blizzard It's Only Love 2:22
DJ BoBo Freedom 2:00
Penelope Take A Chance 1:58
Double Vision Knockin' 2:12
Ultra-Sonic 1,2,3,4 2:30
Scooter Hyper Hyper 2:21
Scooter Let Me Be Your Valentine 2:23
2 Brothers On The 4th Floor Come Take My Hand 1:32
2 Brothers On The 4th Floor Fairytales 1:31
Scooter Back In The U.K 1:38

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FM 289 Various Groovy Mix ‎(12", Comp, Mix) FM Records FM 289 Greece 1996
FM 289 Various Groovy Mix ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed) FM Records FM 289 Greece 1996
FM 289 Various Groovy Mix ‎(Cass, Comp, Mixed) FM Records FM 289 Greece 1996


Various - Groovy Mix mp3 play

Performer: Various

Title: Groovy Mix

Country: Greece

Date of release: 1996

Style: Happy Hardcore, Euro House, Italodance

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1958 mb

Size FLAC: 1116 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 251

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Nagor
Bought it only 1 euro. Quite a bargain i think :-)Having listened to it, which by the way, wasn't difficult or tedious, because it last so little, i have to say that it was an amateur job. From a pioneer techno radio station like Jeronimo Groovy i expected more. Why? Because the reason of mixing is....mixing. Try and make something different, something innovating. What we had here was a simple change in the songs not in the way of fade in - fade out, but with the method of simply cutting the songs.If i recall well it was the first major attempt of megamixing, so imo, it had to be something good and irritating (in the good way), in order to buy it. Perhaps, since it was probably the first of it's kind, a simple ad was enough. I was disappointed because i happen to own mix collection like the Megamix of Thunderdome 1-5 or the happy hardcore megamix from Paul Elstak and i felt strange, but it's not moral comparing unequal sizes.Give it a try for historical and sentimental reasons, but listen to it from track 13 and beyond.By the way, the last track Back in the UK, contains a hidden easter egg. A small part of the remix from Scooter Back in Villabajo...!!!
Nagor
Bought it only 1 euro. Quite a bargain i think :-)Having listened to it, which by the way, wasn't difficult or tedious, because it last so little, i have to say that it was an amateur job. From a pioneer techno radio station like Jeronimo Groovy i expected more. Why? Because the reason of mixing is....mixing. Try and make something different, something innovating. What we had here was a simple change in the songs not in the way of fade in - fade out, but with the method of simply cutting the songs.If i recall well it was the first major attempt of megamixing, so imo, it had to be something good and irritating (in the good way), in order to buy it. Perhaps, since it was probably the first of it's kind, a simple ad was enough. I was disappointed because i happen to own mix collection like the Megamix of Thunderdome 1-5 or the happy hardcore megamix from Paul Elstak and i felt strange, but it's not moral comparing unequal sizes.Give it a try for historical and sentimental reasons, but listen to it from track 13 and beyond.By the way, the last track Back in the UK, contains a hidden easter egg. A small part of the remix from Scooter Back in Villabajo...!!!
Tujar
Actually, the most acceptable way I've found for listening to it is to record it on one of those oldschool 46-min cassette tapes designed for LP albums, starting side B at track 13 exactly, where it says "Nikos Adamou, with the Groovy Mix!". Or I suppose someone could be arsed to make a proper zero-track-gap remaster ;-)
Tujar
Actually, the most acceptable way I've found for listening to it is to record it on one of those oldschool 46-min cassette tapes designed for LP albums, starting side B at track 13 exactly, where it says "Nikos Adamou, with the Groovy Mix!". Or I suppose someone could be arsed to make a proper zero-track-gap remaster ;-)
Ubrise
Now, this is one of the few FM Records compilations I regretted buying (the other was Hit Box 14, but for very different reasons). I had bought it when it first came out, in 1996, wooed by the ads I heard on Jeronimo Groovy radio plus the track selection, which sounded very good. It was supposed to be an original gimmick at the time, because it was was one of the few, if not the only mixed compilation produced in Greece.In practice though, it was not all that it was cracked up to be. To begin with, the compilation is way too short: it barely runs for 45 minutes, which are really not much for 23 tracks. Some (few) run for nearly 2:30 minutes, some just more than than one. IMO, if you are going to make a mixed compilation by allocating no more than that little time to every track, fine, but fill it up! 45 minutes of (mixed) music for a full price compilation really felt like a ripoff, at least for a compilation released only on CD format.I don't recall if there was also a vinyl LP release, but it would explain why the length was kept close to 45 minutes, and the position of certain cuts. Either way, even if this was simply a vinyl release dumped on CD...throwing in some bonus tracks would have been nice.Then, there's the track progression. While the track choice itself is OK, the entire compilation is built on an increasing BPM/rhythm progression, and thus the less dancey tracks are at the beginning. This is really a major turnoff, as until you get to track 7 things don't really get going, and you already wasted one third of the total time! The track selection gets much better after that point, but there's not much of it left! What makes this compilation of even less value to FM Records afficionados is that it mostly consists of tracks that had already appeared in other FM Records compilations, mostly on the Hit Box and Groovy Sound series.The mixing style is also nothing memorable, consisting mostly of simple BPM matching (sometimes) but most of the time it's simply the kind of cuts you'd expect from a cassette tape recorded off-the-air or the simple transitions heard on the radio, including the DJs self-praising. I realize that this was probably Nikos Adamou's and Dimis MC first(?) such attempt, but it could really have been more polished: it barely feels like the work of two professional DJs.Even the cover is not exempt from criticism: it says "23 non-stop hits", but there are only 22 tracks listed. Where is the 23rd "hit" then? It's at the end of track 22...a short clip of Scooter's "Back in the UK" to top off a mediocre compilation. They even mispelled "Jeronimo" as "Jeronymo". It's not something essential, but it really makes the whole thing feel rushed, and just adds to the other problems.Finally, the fact that the tracks are NOT individually seekable is also a major letdown that detracts further value from a mediocre compilation. Again, the possibility that this was intended to be a LP release may have played a role, but zero track-gap mixed compilations already existed from some time and were not uncommon even in 1992, so this can't have been a technical limitation.The above being said, and after listening to it again after all those years with a cooler head, it's actually not a bad compilation if you listen to it start-to-end, but it still is too damn short to be on CD, and its relative simplicity and lack of sophistication may reduce its perceived value. It would probably be a great collectible item if it was available on LP, but the hard truth is that there were mixed compilations of much greater class and quality at that time.
Ubrise
Now, this is one of the few FM Records compilations I regretted buying (the other was Hit Box 14, but for very different reasons). I had bought it when it first came out, in 1996, wooed by the ads I heard on Jeronimo Groovy radio plus the track selection, which sounded very good. It was supposed to be an original gimmick at the time, because it was was one of the few, if not the only mixed compilation produced in Greece.In practice though, it was not all that it was cracked up to be. To begin with, the compilation is way too short: it barely runs for 45 minutes, which are really not much for 23 tracks. Some (few) run for nearly 2:30 minutes, some just more than than one. IMO, if you are going to make a mixed compilation by allocating no more than that little time to every track, fine, but fill it up! 45 minutes of (mixed) music for a full price compilation really felt like a ripoff, at least for a compilation released only on CD format.I don't recall if there was also a vinyl LP release, but it would explain why the length was kept close to 45 minutes, and the position of certain cuts. Either way, even if this was simply a vinyl release dumped on CD...throwing in some bonus tracks would have been nice.Then, there's the track progression. While the track choice itself is OK, the entire compilation is built on an increasing BPM/rhythm progression, and thus the less dancey tracks are at the beginning. This is really a major turnoff, as until you get to track 7 things don't really get going, and you already wasted one third of the total time! The track selection gets much better after that point, but there's not much of it left! What makes this compilation of even less value to FM Records afficionados is that it mostly consists of tracks that had already appeared in other FM Records compilations, mostly on the Hit Box and Groovy Sound series.The mixing style is also nothing memorable, consisting mostly of simple BPM matching (sometimes) but most of the time it's simply the kind of cuts you'd expect from a cassette tape recorded off-the-air or the simple transitions heard on the radio, including the DJs self-praising. I realize that this was probably Nikos Adamou's and Dimis MC first(?) such attempt, but it could really have been more polished: it barely feels like the work of two professional DJs.Even the cover is not exempt from criticism: it says "23 non-stop hits", but there are only 22 tracks listed. Where is the 23rd "hit" then? It's at the end of track 22...a short clip of Scooter's "Back in the UK" to top off a mediocre compilation. They even mispelled "Jeronimo" as "Jeronymo". It's not something essential, but it really makes the whole thing feel rushed, and just adds to the other problems.Finally, the fact that the tracks are NOT individually seekable is also a major letdown that detracts further value from a mediocre compilation. Again, the possibility that this was intended to be a LP release may have played a role, but zero track-gap mixed compilations already existed from some time and were not uncommon even in 1992, so this can't have been a technical limitation.The above being said, and after listening to it again after all those years with a cooler head, it's actually not a bad compilation if you listen to it start-to-end, but it still is too damn short to be on CD, and its relative simplicity and lack of sophistication may reduce its perceived value. It would probably be a great collectible item if it was available on LP, but the hard truth is that there were mixed compilations of much greater class and quality at that time.